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    Wise Sayings


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    Bad watch often feeds the wolf.

    Source: French
    Be a horse ever so well shod, he may slip.

    Source: French
    Be truly what thou wouldst be thought to be.

    Source: French
    Beauty, unaccompanied by virtue, is as a flower without perfume.

    Source: French
    Bees do not become hornets.

    Source: French
    Bees that have honey in their mouths have stings in their tails.

    Source: French
    Bees touch no fading flowers.

    Source: French
    Believe that, and drink some water (to wash it down.)

    Source: French
    Belles are not for the beaux.

    Source: French
    Bells call to church but do not enter.

    Source: French
    Better a good dinner than a fine coat.

    Source: French
    Better a slip of the foot than of the tongue.

    Source: French
    Better be a coward than foolhardy.

    Source: French
    Better be an old man's darling than a young man's slave.

    Source: French
    Better be mad with all the world than wise alone.

    Source: French
    Better be the head of a dog than the tail of a lion.

    Source: French
    Better lose the wool than the sheep.

    Source: French
    Better to be envied than pitied.

    Source: French
    Better to have a friend on the road than gold or silver in your purse.

    Source: French
    Better to stumble once than be always tottering.

    Source: French
    Better to wear out than rust out.

    Source: French
    Better walk before a hen than behind an ox.

    Source: French
    Between promising and giving a man should marry his daughter.

    Source: French
    Beware of a reconciled enemy.

    Source: French
    Borrows must not be choosers.

    Source: French
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